Community festivals in Scotland - what’s on
Festivals are now permanent and frequent events in the Scottish calendar. From small fetes and concerts, to main events like Rock Ness, our festivals have the advantage of one of the best backdrops in the world. The Scottish landscape.
13th September 2014, Highlands:
Learn some new cooking skills, discover new recipes and taste some new delights.
12th - 14th September 2014, South Lanarkshire:
NonStuff are about to explode onto the festival scene; an extension of their unamplified music and games nights.
27th September 2014, Edinburgh:
Swap up to 10 items of clothing you love but no longer wear for clothes you’d love to wear.
17th & 18th October 2014, Highlands:
If you’reiInterested in being more eco and making a difference, then come along to Cantray Park.
24th October - 2nd November 2014, Scottish Borders:
A wide range of events celebrating the area’s rich woodland culture and age-old Halloween rites.
8th November 2014, Highlands:
If you want to learn something new, make or buy something for Christmas, then come along to our Arts and Crafts Fair where there will be lots to do and try for all the family.
13th December 2014, Highlands:
Christmas gifts to buy and to make, plus activities for all ages.
27th January 2015, Lerwick:
Held on the last Tuesday in January every year, this traditional Viking fire festival features a torch-lit parade, the burning of a replica galley, plus dancing and singing until dawn.